What’s Next? Creating a Vision for Reopening Schools Webinar

Thursday, September 9th, 2021

What’s Next? Creating a Vision for Reopening Schools Webinar

What’s Next? Creating a Vision for Reopening Schools As schools reopen across the country, many parents, students, and educators are experiencing a shared sense of anxiety, uncertainty, and a loss for the routines they built during a year of remote learning. However, the pandemic provides an opportunity to identify traditional methods that work and leave […]

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  The National School Climate Center at Ramapo for Children is excited to be part of the #StopHate campaign from Boy Meets Girl Inc. and In Kidz Co. The #StopHate campaign was created in response to the growing anxiety many of us feel about the state of our country. Kids and adults are looking for […]

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New ‘School Climate Playbook’ Serves to Guide Policymakers in Strengthening School Climates

The Aspen Institute Education & Society Program and ExcelinEd released a guide titled Conditions for Student Success: A Policymakers’ School Climate Playbook. The guide outlines 12 recommendations linked to existing state policy examples policymakers can use to build a comprehensive, coherent state-wide approach for improving school climate and student success. Keep reading […]

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School Climate Increasingly Recognized as Essential Factor for Student Success

School Climate is the way the school environment functions to nurture students’ physical, mental, and emotional well-being. When a school community has a positive climate, it will experience a stronger sense of community, higher student and family engagement, and greater student academic achievement. Increasingly, schools across the country are coming to understand that for students to excel academically, they must […]

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Learn Promising Practices from 6 Diverse Districts and Key Insights from Education Leaders in the Field

NSCC and Facebook for Education hosted the Connecting Communities of Courage Summit, where students and education professionals gathered to understand and address the most pressing needs of schools across the country. Click to read our report. After the summit, NSCC identified the core themes of the day, and traveled across the nation to visit and study six school […]

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Pursuing Social and Emotional Development Through a Racial Equity Lens

​The Aspen Institute Education & Society Program released a new brief – Pursuing Social and Emotional Development Through a Racial Equity Lens: A Call to Action​. Developed with input from a broad cross-section of education practitioners and scholars, this framework is intended to help policymakers, practitioners and communities as they work to integrate the culturally […]

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Call for Action to Prevent Gun Violence in the U.S. Released February 28, 2018

​An interdisciplinary group of 19 school violence experts developed a joint statement endorsed by NSCC, which outlines a public health approach to protect students and adults from gun violence. This statement identifies an 8-point plan involving three levels of prevention, including a recommendation for a national requirement that all schools assess school climate and maintain […]

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New Brief Links School Climate and SEL

​For a long time, social emotional learning and school climate have been seen as two separate fields, but now researchers and practitioners recognize that both benefit each other and are necessary to building healthy schools. School Climate and Social Emotional Learning: The Integration of Two Approaches issue brief, created by The Pennsylvania State University with […]

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ESSA Accountability Plans Offer K-12 Companies Key Primers on State Needs

​​All states and the District of Columbia have now submitted their accountability plans for the Every Student Succeeds Act—though not all have received approval from the U.S. Department of Education. Those policy blueprints offer K-12 providers specifics on the states’ emerging demands for products and services—demands that companies must be ready to meet. Keep reading […]

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